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Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by Ezra12, Sep 24, 2008.
Is there an application where you can make apps for your ipod touch/iphone for free?
I went there but it cost money -______- Can you just send me the link to where it is?
what does that mean? YOU BETTER NOT BE MAKING FUN OF ME!
You can find the download for the iPhone SDK here.
TEG is just his signature...
is that freeeee?
Although the SDK is free, it's not free to get apps to your iPod. That's $99.
just register for an account. registration (online membership) is free. although you can only make apps, to have them on the ipod/iphone, you need to pay $99 per year to have it hosted on the app store.
that lame. how do you make apps for cydia?
To answer your question, the development environment is JocStrap
As for hosting apps on cydia..its reletivly easy if u make your own RepoGoogle is your friend
Actually, using the iPhone SDK and putting apps onto your device can be free, just get a Code Signing Identity and use Terminal to sign apps and SSH them in.
Need help!!! PLEASE HELP!!!!!
I was wondering how to make a app for you ipod touch/iphone? I already have iPhone SDK but that thing doesn't even make apps!!!! HELP!!!!
man you need programming knowledge...it won't make apps by itself.
if apps made by themselves, no one would bother programming.
Do you know a website that teaches on how to programe apps?
I am sorry, but your urgent title...the post...FAIL.
Next time please make a more descriptive title regarding your question. APPS I imagine, are not easy to make.
If you don't know how to program, then you might have a fairly long way to go before you're churning stuff out for the iPhone.
There's some fairly decent beginner's guides to Objective-C, C, whatever you fancy out on Google if you just search around.
The SDK makes apps. It made everything in the App Store.
Now you know why people get PAID to program. And why a lot of the applications that people think should be free aren't.
Nothing is ever just drag and drop.
You've gotta know what this means:
Anyway, the SDK documentation has everything you need to know if you've programmed before. If you haven't, then start with a language like Java or even Basic. Then move on to Objective-C.
Programming is more solving problems rather than actual code since the same concepts carry over to all programming languages (unless you're Objective-C).
Dude, you really have no idea how hard it is to develop applications. The title of the thread is pretty funny - "app maker". I don't want to be mean but your going to end up forgetting about making apps. To learn Objective-C enough to make even a simple application, you're going to be hard a work, learning the language for at least 1 or 2 years.
App maker.... hahahaha
I do hope you find enough interest to learn though! But then again - you made me laugh.